Ramada Limited Quesnel
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... in Canada Yellowhead Pass: one of the lowest points along the Continental Divide that was used as a trading route and the border between Alberta and British Columbia Moose Lake: an 8 km long blue green lake home to Thunder Falls and rainbow trout Rearguard: the spawning grounds of the salmon Mount Robson: the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies Willow River: the entry to Rocky Mountain Trench a deep wide valley between the Rockies, the Cariboo ...
... his family from Williams Lake came by to meet Ray after reading his blog.
We had a couple in the campsite from the Netherlands who were so intriged by
the area after visiting Barkerville and see us panning some gold at our campsite.
They took out their cameras and took pictures to bring home to talk about their gold experience.
We were fortunate once again to receive gifts, Sheila giving us tomatoes and fruit ...
... always knowing where everyone is located. Kind of neat when
you call in your location and the truckers return a call back to you, making us feel safer.
People have asked me about the Likely Mining disaster. We are not near that location.
On August 7th we celebrated our 43rd anniversary with others, we are never home for it.
August 10th had Ray to the hospital something in his eye, fell out of his ...
... Camp life is really good. The miners and others at our campsite are all friendly and
we are like a little community. The men help to cut the grass and keep the grounds clean.
We have learned how to make a caribou candle. You cut a log about 4 feet long and
using the chain saw you cut the top of the log two ways down, and then add sawdust and
light. Lasts a long time. Spend evenings cleaning paydirt and visiting, ...
... heard the "Animal Adventure Puppet Show at the Quesnel Theatre" advertized on the local radio station we had tuned into. Apparently, "adults and kids are sure love it"!
We spent the night at a beautiful farmhouse on an 80 acre property in Kersley. The couple who put us up for the night were so kind. ...